The Edison Research and Triton Digital recently discovered that AM/FM radios are how most people find new artists. Naturally, word of mouth through friends and family is second with YouTube coming in third.
One day after Thom Yorke pulled Atoms For Peace’s album from Spotify citing the streaming service’s lack of monetary support for new artists, Brian Message, Radiohead co-manager, has come out in defense of the company.
Frank Ocean’s name seems to be everywhere these days, with the alt-R&B sensation being nominated for a bunch of GRAMMY awards and being the darling of critics and artists alike. Now he’s getting his angst-ridden rock on with an emotional Radiohead cover (like there are any other kind).
[pullquote quote=”That guy has $2 billion that he made from figuring out ways to steal royalties from artists.” credit=”Patrick Carney”]Patrick Carney of The Black Keys called Spotify board member and Napster founder Sean Parker an […]